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Study: Carbon Tax Would Create Jobs If Refunded To Households | CleanTechnica

From: Doug K.
Sent on: Sunday, June 22, 2014 7:19 AM
While the argument is often (incorrectly) made that the actions needed to adequately address greenhouse gas emissions and climate change are too expensive to realistically be taken, the reality appears to be quite a bit different, as study after study seems to show.

Continuing in that tradition is a recent study from Regional Economic Models Inc (REMI) that has found that taxing carbon can not only reduce greenhouse gas emissions but also add jobs to the economy.

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